Jason Devaney

Washington, West Virginia

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  1. Rock Creek Park - Trail Running


    Rock Creek Park boasts 32 miles of trails over several route options.

  2. Mount Vernon Trail - Road Running


    The 18-mile Mount Vernon Trail links Arlington, Va. with the home of George Washington, south of Alexandria.

  3. Burke Lake Park - Trail Running


    The gravel trail at Burke Lake Park measures 4.7 miles and features a gentle elevation profile.

  4. Wakefield Park - Trail Running


    Wakefield Park features several miles of singletrack and doubletrack trails.

  5. Fountainhead Regional Park - Trail Running


    Fountainhead Regional Park is less than 30 miles from the nation's capital and serves as a great starting point for an 18-mile trail.

  6. Seneca Creek State Park - Trail Running


    A slice of the Seneca Creek State Park sits around a lake outside of Washington, D.C. and has more than 11 miles of trails.

  7. C&O Canal Towpath - Trail Running


    A trail run on the C&O Canal towpath is a peaceful experience. The trail stretches 184.5 miles from Washington, D.C., to Cumberland, Md.

  8. Cross County Trail - Trail Running


    The Cross County Trail is a 40-mile swath of land that runs the length of Fairfax County, Virginia.

  9. Algonkian Park - Trail Running


    Algonkian Park’s trails are mostly flat and cater to runners looking for a simple workout in the Virginia suburbs.

  10. Fort Circle Parks - Trail Running


    The Fort Circle Parks loop runs past six Civil War forts that were constructed to defend Washington D.C.

  11. Catoctin Mountain Park - Hiking


    The trails at Catoctin Mountain Park offer challenging routes with plenty of scenic views.

  12. Huntley Meadows Park - Hiking


    Huntley Meadows is a 1,500-acre park with hiking trails and wetlands that are home to more than 200 species of birds.

  13. Cross County Trail - Hiking


    The Cross County Trail splits Fairfax County down the middle and offers 40 miles of mostly gravel and natural surface trails along streams.

  14. Patuxent River State Park - Hiking


    Patuxent River State Park contains miles of unmarked trails and takes you to another world despite being just 34 miles from the nation's capital.

  15. Appalachian Trail - Hiking


    Hiking the Appalachian Trail through Virginia and Maryland offers a varying set of challenges, from easy hikes to more difficult sections.

  16. Potomac River - White Water Paddling

    West Virginia

    The Potomac River near Harpers Ferry has several sections that are great for paddlers looking to to get into some whitewater.

  17. Where to Log Winter Miles in Washington DC


    It may be chilly, but blissfully uncrowded trails are a welcome reward for braving the conditions to log winter miles in DC.

  18. The Best D.C. Area Bike Ride Coffee Stops


    Cyclists are quite fond of a nice cup of coffee before a bike ride. Here are the best places to get caffeinated on your ride in the DC area.

  19. 7 Things to Do in Washington DC in the Spring


    Here are a few ideas on things to do in Washington DC during the spring—arguably the best time of year in the nation's capitol.

  20. Grit Coffee

    Grit Coffee is grinding out a reputation for cold brew, flat whites and cappucino.

  21. Tavola's

    Experience fine Italian cuisine, wine and atmosphere and Tavola's in Charlottesville.

  22. Beer Run

    Charlotteville's Beer Run has something for everyone including craft beers, espresso and organic sandwiches

  23. South Street Brewery

    South Street Brewery in Charlottesville is known for specialty beers like Anastasia's Chocolate Fantasy and 365 Shandy

  24. Fridays After Five

    Charlottesville's thriving music scene takes center stage every Friday from April-September in a free concert series that has become a huge part of the city's culture.

  25. Ragged Mountain

    Explore the meandering hiking trails at the Ragged Mountain Natural Area in Charlottesville